• May 26, 2017

Alisa Burnett Killed in Accident in Kokomo, IN

Kokomo, IN -- A vehicle vs. pedestrian incident in the area of Kokomo, IN left 42-year-old Alisa Burnett dead Sunday, May 21, 2017.

Police officials claim a vehicle driven by 46-year-old Maurice Shelley was in a parking lot in Kokomo when he attempted to run over someone over. Allegedly, Ms. Burnett was not the person he was attempting to strike.

Ms. Burnett succumbed to her injuries at the scene of the incident.

Mr. Shelley fled the scene, but later turned himself in to police. He has since been charged with multiple offenses related to the crash.

The investigation is ongoing.

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Thought it wasn't mentioned in the report, I'm curious to know if the suspect in this incident was drinking at the bar where this took place. Why does this matter? Well, if the bar knowingly served this man to the point of intoxication, that bar may be held liable for damages. That being said, there's no mention of it in the report, and this is speculative. Hopefully, we'll get more information on this tragedy pending the outcome of a more thorough investigation.

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